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  • 29
    Oct

    Crown prince(ss) for a day

    JA Norway, News from the Network

    "I will never forget this day" said Natalie Hettervik Flesjaa (18) after shadowing H.R.H. Crown Prince Haakon through an ordinary day at work. 

    17 years old, Natalie was a successful CEO for Smartfood UB. Due to her good results as a leader and the outstanding achievements of the company, Natalie was carefully chosen as one out of 30 young entrepreneurs to participate in Leaders for a Day in Norway. 

  • 21
    Oct

    Leaders-for-a-Day: Europe's top leaders share their story

    After another great year of Leaders-for-a-Day, some of Europe's top leaders share their experiences sharing their day with JA alumni and ESP-holders.

  • 16
    Oct

    Leaders-for-a-Day: The young leaders share their experiences

    Following the 2015 Leaders-for-a-Day, the JA alumni and ESP-holders share their experiences spending one day with with some of Europe's top leaders.

  • 27
    Jul

    Building an entrepreneurial future for Europe

    Amadeo Petitbò Juan, Board Member, Fundación Rafael del Pino, Spain

    The economic crisis and the new challenges faced by European societies have led to the emergence of a new group of young students who are characterized by their passion to become an entrepreneur and their ability to face the risks attached to join a business activity.

  • 24
    Jul

    Driving entrepreneurship through the JA Company Programme

    Swati Patel, Senior Vice President Community Development EMEA, Citi

    I was first introduced to Junior Achievement and Young Enterprise 10 years ago when my then 15 year old son was taking part in JA’s Company Programme. I can remember as a proud parent attending the finals and eagerly looking for a front row seat in the host company’s auditorium and loudly cheering for my son’s team - they were runners up and we still have a few of the coat hangers they made at home.

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